(FreedomBeacon.com)- The Russian government’s dictator is on the brink of falling, according to a report from defense and national security website 19FortyFive. Actually, it could even mean the end of Russia herself. As the author argues, Putin is facing opposition from nearly every corner. Putin is not only in a war with Ukraine, but as Putin himself admits, involved in a war against the West that he has to justify to his people is the West’s fault. He is also facing resistance movements from within his own country, which appears as the “writing on the wall,” that the end is near.
In Putin’s latest speech, he announced that he will partially mobilize Russian reservists, in a speech similar to one he gave at the beginning of his so-called “special military campaign” that he very so unsuccessfully waged. “We cannot,” says Putin, ‘the great moralist,’ as the author calls him, “we have no moral right to let our kin and kith be torn to pieces by butchers; we cannot but respond to their sincere striving to decide their destiny on their own.”
Putin, “the great stategist,” continues to say that,“Today our armed forces, as I have mentioned, are fighting on the line of contact that is over 1,000 kilometres long, fighting not only against neo-Nazi units but actually the entire military machine of the collective West.”
The rhetoric used by the Russia dictator is nonsense, the author writes. How could democratic Ukrainians and a Jewish president—Volodymyr Zelensky—be neo-Nazis? Did the West really want to always destroy Russia? The answer is twofold: Russia either lives in another reality or they are liars.
As Putin demands more reservists be made to fight in this unholy war, we have yet to see whether the soldiers will refuse to fight in an unjust war. Apparently, it’s becoming harder for Putin to maintain control of his people as he needed to implement stricter measures. The Russian parliament just reportedly passed a bill “increasing penalties for desertion, voluntary surrender, insubordination, and damage to military property. Clearly, as Ukrainian sources regularly confirm, such behaviors must be increasingly common for the Duma to adopt such harsh measures.”